The two young owners of a city bar are gunned down after hours and another man is wounded in the attack, which was allegedly committed by a masked gunman. Calleigh's dad announces he is now a public defender and needs her help with a murder case. Written by
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The term "Sympathetic Discharge" was coined by a custom bullet maker in southern NJ named Andrew Hill. He was contracted by S&W to make bullets for their new 500 hand gun. Original prototypes were made with pistol primers. The recoil was so severe it would occasionally cause the anvil to shift and discharge an additional round. This problem was corrected by using rifle primers instead. The makers of CSI adapted the concept to one of their plots. See more
[Calleigh's father unexpectedly shows up at CSI
Okay, what's happened now?
Kenwall 'Duke' Duquesne
Why do you always make it sound so bad?
Did mom take you back?